You are a disqualified person. Just like other disqualified persons, you should not be transacting or forming a conflict of interest between yourself and your IRA. Think of assets in your name and your IRA's name as two different parties.
Commingling funds from your personal account and your IRA
Transferring assets to or from a disqualified person (you) and the IRA
Owning stock or a house in your name and then selling it to your IRA
Transacting with a company in with your IRA in which you own 50%+ of or hold a key leadership position
Paying yourself from your IRA, whether in the form of salary, commissions, or discounting/increasing costs other areas of a transaction because of your work
Utilizing your own IRA's investment for benefit and pleasure, such as staying in your IRA's investment real estate for vacation, buying raw land from your IRA, or building a cabin and hunting ground.